The New Jersey Supreme Court has censured a Point Pleasant, N.J., solo for splitting fees with a company that helped him find clients entitled to surplus funds from sheriff’s foreclosure sales.

The court adopted the Disciplinary Review Board’s finding that Garrett Lardiere’s business relationship with Vermont-based Equinox Research and Recovery Co. constituted impermissible sharing of legal fees with non-lawyers.

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